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Just thought I would speak my thoughts about this game. (Not AQ worlds) I think this is a great game honestly. I have been playing it since 06 or so and I learned to enjoy it a lot. Some of you may remember when this was promoted on Newgrounds ( I think right?) and it used to be packed! But now its pretty empty and I think its an under rated game IMO. This is a game I enjoy but am not addicted too so i would like to know your opinions below :3
Heh, I remember playing this game back in 2005-2006 or something. I thought it was kind of addicting at the time, but I remember it also got very boring eventually because there wasn't anything to do anymore. Levelling up took days of grinding and a lot of things in the game were not open to free players, so I quit.
At 1/15/13 07:59 PM, Auz wrote: Heh, I remember playing this game back in 2005-2006 or something. I thought it was kind of addicting at the time, but I remember it also got very boring eventually because there wasn't anything to do anymore. Levelling up took days of grinding and a lot of things in the game were not open to free players, so I quit.
thanks for the reply. Yeah its changed a lot. I still take brakes cause it does get boring :D
I played it a lot back in 4th and 5th grade, I stopped after a while because I found it got really fucking redundant after a while.
Believe it or not it has changed a lot since 06. Better graphics updated armors and etc. No matter what it will always get repetitive :3
Ever since I ground the million and a half gold needed for Asgardian Plate, I've made it a habit to get in my Ballyhoo gold every day. It's like a bleeding religion to me now, even years later.
I've only started playing AQ consistently since the sweep, since it got to the point where leveling up took months. But now that I can get 1.8 million experience from Undead Armegoggon or 250k from Tyrant King, I play a lot more. They've really done a good job balancing and re-balancing everything.
Thread brings me back to easier days.
I haven't played it, but a peer of mine did at one point. He freaked out (in a classroom at that) since he was being followed by someone else in the class.
Or at least, somewhere along those lines.